Pascal Duke Warren, of Folly Beach, SC, beloved husband of Evelyn Elizabeth Clark, made his transition on Tuesday, December 1, 2020. Because of COVID-19 concerns, the date for a celebration of Duke’s life will be announced at a later time. Online Condolences may be offered at www.CharlestonFunerals.com. Duke was born on December 27, 1936 in McClellanville, SC, son of the late Dalton Townsend Warren and Elizabeth Pauline Duke Warren. He graduated from McClellanville High School in 1954 and The Citadel in 1958 with a BS degree in Business Administration. In his freshman year at The Citadel, Duke was awarded the Star of the West. In his senior year, Duke was H Company Commander, elected to serve on the Honor Committee, and was a member of the Summerall Guards. Duke also earned the status of distinguished military student. His senior superlative honor was that of ‘Biggest Party Boy’. Duke so loved The Citadel and his classmates. Duke received his Masters Degree in Psychology from the University of Santa Monica in California. He was a Charleston area realtor and loved his and Evelyn’s life on Folly Beach. Duke was an active member of Unity Church and lived his life with integrity and honor, and was impeccable with his word. He believed in no fault living and loving kindness. Duke is survived by his loving wife, Evelyn of Folly Beach, SC; two children: Nancy McQueen Hussey (Charles) and William Dalton Warren; and Sally Warren, mother of Nancy and Bill; Grandchildren: Curtis O. Mitchell III (Jennifer), Sarah Elizabeth McQueen Mitchell, Charles Thomas Hussey, Jr. (Paige), Timothy Merrick Hussey (Elise), Michael Jason Hussey, and Dalton John Warren; great-grandchildren: Duke Moseley Reagan, Foster Legare Mitchell, Birdie McQueen Mitchell, Charles Knox Hussey, Marlowe Evelyn Hussey, Merrick Elise Hussey and Leora Lennox Hussey. Brother; Dalton Townsend Warren, Jr. (Bette Baker); sisters: Nancy Legare Warren Clarke (Erskine), Roberta Rivers Warren Baker (Butch), Billie Fulton Warren Tomberlin (Steve), and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews; Godson, Langston Moore; and goddaughter, Saachi Beatrice Edwards. Duke was preceded in death by his parents and his brother, John Morrison Warren. Memorials may be made to Unity of Charleston Church, 2535 Leeds Ave., Charleston, SC 29405. Arrangements by JAMES A. McALISTER, Inc. (843) 766-1365.
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Posted on: 2020-12-07
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